Predictive programming? Time capsule? Spook bomb? All of the aforementioned?
Let’s try figure out.
MTV: The Holocaust happened to people like us!
2008 is like another age now. The general population had different worries, different obsessions, different mindsets and the Holocaust was rarely on their radar. And all of a sudden, the channel formerly known as the Music Television drops a couple of spooky public service announcement videos re-enacting Holocaust scenes in present times. At the time, I was still occasionally watching youth and music television, for professional interest, and I remember the mild shock I got from this.
The videos came out under the new “Think MTV” brand and they did make people think indeed, being not only bleak and disturbing, but quite uncalled for. Some people scratched their heads and, for lack of more logical explanations, came up with various theories, most converging towards predictive programming and social engineering.
Fast forward to 2020: people rediscover the videos and many see a spooky time capsule about the coronavirus world order with Bill Gates as poster-boy, and they nod at the predictive programming theorists.
Looks like all of them have some ground under their feet. We unearth information that at the time was overlooked because, as I said, that’s how different the times were, the establishment was pushing different narratives and people’s attention always follows their pointing fingers.
I’m not going to tell you what to think, Think MTV if you insist, I’m just offering some dots to join and one question: have you considered what is left of modern history if we took the amazing coincidences out?
Note-worthy from the Gates Foundation 2005 press release:
1. They were supposed to get kids to college, weren’t they?
“This effort is part of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s commitment to raise the nation’s high school graduation rates.”
2. If you wonder how much did Gates shape the collective mental:
“To date (2005), the foundation has invested more than $1 billion to improve high schools, including support of more than 1,500 high-quality high schools in 40 states and the District of Columbia.”
Of course, this doesn’t end here, this article is just scratching the door of the rabbit hole, we go deeper in the coming episodes, here’s just a taster:
“While Viacom is donating on-air time for public-service announcements, and foundation officials are consulting with programming executives, the foundation is also putting up money for production not just to make public-service announcements but also to indirectly subsidize Viacom’s programming.” – reports New York TImes in 2009
“We’re open to all of that, and we’ll figure out how best to use our resources once we get deeper in to it,” said Allan C. Golston, president for United States programs at the foundation. He said the organization would provide funds to third parties that “create content” for Viacom.
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